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A feast for the ears and mind,
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This is not a record to listen to in the background whilst doing other things. It is not a record to be interrupted by phone calls or shouts that dinner's ready.
Plan a couple of hours for yourself or with a friend. Turn the lights down with a glass of wine and just concentrate. You will be rewarded with a remarkable journey of sound. After each track you will wonder what Keith can possibly come up with next. The first track, and one other will throw you if you aren't used to the, let's face it, highly unusual multitonal pieces which Keith puts into a concert. I still find these pieces challenging but am starting to get it.
I won't spoil it by describing each track, let this be part of your journey.
But along the way you will be open mouthed at the beauty, tapping your foot to the beat, and laughing out loud at the humour in the musical twists and turns.
To be fair, the above describes many of Keiths solo concerts, but there is something extra special about this one I feel. He is getting sounds out of the piano which just don't exist.